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Member since 30 Nov 2011
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Also worth noting - if you are P or P1 the first 3 rows in economy have the middle seat row blocked which guarantees extra space. The seat-map displays a 2x2 configuration but in reality there is a middle seat blocked and not displayed on the seat-map.
Member since 09 May 2011
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Originally Posted by daniesut
Last note, the Dreamliners from MEL or SYD on the Bali run are always late, in both directions....keep in mind
I've never had a delay on MEL/DPS, BNE/DPS or back. In fact they've always been early or perfectly on time.
Thank said, Jetstar Business Class is a pretty decent product and one that I've always enjoyed. Their wine selection is fantastic too
Member since 26 Jun 2014
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Go Garuda is my advice. Reverse herringbone in business. Especially good on the DPS - SYD red-eye. Got a good 6 hours sleep, and off to work the next day. Did the daytime flight over in economy, and it was perfectly fine.
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JQ by a considerable margin.
Member since 04 Nov 2017
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JQ by a long way. Just the feel of the widebody, even by LCC's J (really Premium Y) standards.
Member since 20 Jan 2017
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Again agreeing with the masses, JQ all day.
I think being in the larger plane
for 5-6 hours is considerably more comfortable and spacious. Another big
plus for me is the separate cabin, it does feel a lot more private.
In addition the service I’ve found with JQ
to be quite good, before my bum even hit the seat I had a glass of sparkling in
my hands and the meal was a perfectly roasted duck leg.
So really no complaints for the $
Member since 19 Jan 2018
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I think the better advice, to be honest, would be to give Bali a miss altogether!
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